Category Archives: EME6403

My Personal Theory of CSCL

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I posted my final paper on scribd (can’t figure out how to embed it!) Tweet

Lessons I learned from my summer class

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If you follow me on twitter, you are probably very well aware of my rough ride in my summer class. So, my final paper has been handed in, and I have been mulling over what I can take away from … Continue reading

Project 2 is done, working on Paper 2

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The semester is officially over a week from today. Working on my paper, which is due a week from today. Yay almost done! For anyone who is interested, my group’s second project is here. Tweet

The Summer Semester is almost over!

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I am working with my group on our final project. Of course I have a beta class delivery due right at the same time. I am so awesome at scheduling things like that! (oh yes, that is sarcasm). For our … Continue reading

Technical Aptitude, the Digital Divide, and Learning 2.0

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This post has been bubbling in my brain for about two weeks. Our group finally turned in our midterm project, so I have a little time to get these thoughts out of my head. Before I start let me say … Continue reading

Technology must be transparent

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In the class that I am taking this summer, we are applying group theory in education to designing an online collaborative class. This class has been very time-consuming, not because the ideas are difficult, but because our professor has not … Continue reading

EME6403 – ASTD handout on eLearning for groups

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I am going to start posting links that are relevant to my current grad school project. The first one is a presentation that Tony Karrer gave at ASTD yesterday. The title is “eLearning 2.0 for Personal and Group Learning”. It … Continue reading